William D. Estrada | KCET
William D. Estrada
William D. Estrada is Curator of California and American History and Chair of the History Department at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. He holds a PhD in History from UCLA and is a social and cultural historian, specializing in 19th and early-20th-century Los Angeles.
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How did Calle de los Negros get its name? And why did the city raze it in 1887?
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Much of what we know about Pío Pico remains clouded in myth. His significance as an historical figure, as well as his connection to the contemporary Latino and African-American communities is worth remembering.